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the white of winter’s first day surrounds and blankets the soil storing strength. © 2016 Michelle Kogan
Join me this Friday evening for the opening reception of my Student’s Exhibit: Wonders of watercolor 2016, at the Evanston Art Center.
Above: Work in progress, Michelle Kogan, In between, watercolor and watercolor pencil. In Between In between not quite done, In between layers, colors, students, seasons, In between expectations, greatness, humility, humbleness, Catch your breath, hone your path, hold tight, steady, focus … Continue reading
Peace and All the Best for 2013!
This week I am happy to have my art featured as the cover photo on Harold Underdown’s FB page. Harold is a children’s book editor and the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Publishing Children’s Books. It’s a great … Continue reading
Ready for an Early Winter Retreat, Join one of My Art Classes at the Evanston Art Center and Lincoln Park Conservatory…
Take a Chicago Winter Retreat by joining one of my Art Classes they begin the week of January 7th, 2013 at the Evanston Art Center and the Lincoln Park Conservatory. All level students are welcome. And if you haven’t found … Continue reading
Peace & Thanksgiving Greetings from a Chicago Wild Turkey!
BOO! Happy Halloween… Here are two new cards available in my Etsy Shop http://www.MichelleKoganFineArt.etsy.com The Halloween card is called, Boo! Halloween 2012 and I’ve included a couple of the characters that influenced the card. The card below is from … Continue reading
Introducing My New Notecard: Hummingbird and Tritoma which comes to the first 10 customers as a Free Bonus Card when you make a purchase at my Etsy Shop: http://www.MichelleKoganFineArt.etsy.com Please include in your order at my shop: Bonus Hummingbird and Tritoma.
Sultry Summer Greetings! This summer I’m teaching two Plein Air Classes. One at the Evanston Art Center and one at the Chicago Botanic Garden. While my students are busy working I try to squeeze in a painting or … Continue reading